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29 Nov 2021

In this week's Leinster Leader Sport

In this week's Leinster Leader Sport

With the Group stages of the senior and intermediate football championships now complete, we quickly move into the business end of affairs and look forward to this weekend's Preliminary quarter finals. Plus comprehensive reports of last weekend's action., in an eight page bumper special.

Jack O'Connor, and his management, up for ratification by club delegates.

Phoney war over, now for some real action (Tommy Callaghan).

Final round-up of the summer Cúl Camps as we visit Kilcock and Ballyteague.

Ladies football: Confey are crowned senior champions; Kill take Junior B title.

Racing: Early look at 2019 QUIPCO Champions Stakes.

Dogs: Timmy's Act sets the standard in the Texacloth Juvenile Derby.

Picture Specials from the Fairways: Newbridge Captains' Prize; Naas Lady Captain's Prize; Newbridge RFC Annual Golf Classic plus A month to remember for Castlewarden, and Kill's, Lauren Walsh; along with the results of the week and our weekly golf tip from Gavin Lunny.

Leixlip table tennis trio to represent in Scotland.

KDFL launch FAI Oscar Traynor Inter-League Campaign.

Results, reports, fixtures, up-to-date Tables from all the KDFL action of the weekend.

All that and much more in this week's Leinster Leader, in the shops now.

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